Fishing Report

July 24, 2022

THROUGH

July 31, 2022

Report Details

Weather:
Partly sunny conditions persist with steady temperatures. Wind conditions from the east have been blowing steady at 15 - 20 mph and gusting to 25+. Light and moderate choppy seas with inshore waves at 1 to 2 ft.
Wind:
E and NE 15 - 20 mph. Gusting to 20+ Mph
Air Temp:
Ranging from low 80s in the evening to mid to high 80s during the day in the coastal zone.
Moon Phase:
Waxing Crescent moving to 1st Qtr Aug 5
Sunrise / Sunset:
Sunrise 5:32 am Sunset: 6:25 pm

Week In Review

Cloudy and partly cloudy conditions with increasing winds and choppy seas persist.  Winds continue shift regularly from the East to North East and at 15 - 20 mph.  Periodic intermittent showers pop up during the day they but don't hamper fishing. Bonefish numbers have increased by 40% over last week.  Tarpon and Permit numbers average at 20 for the week ending Sunday.

What Guests were Catching

Bonefish

Good numbers of Bonefish (170+) were landed averaging 2/3 lbs larger bones 3/5 lbs in the lagoons

Permit

Seventeen this week.

Tarpon

Twenty one tarpon for the week.

Other Species

Three snook also landed.

Grand Slams

Steve courtesy of Capt Nestor 7/25, Andre working with Capt Gordy caught 10 Permit for the week in addition to a slam. Chad courtesy of Capt Aroldo caught a slam on spinning tackle.

Flies That Worked

Bonefish:
Christmas Island Specials in gold, pearl and pink sizes and Crazy Charlies in pink and orange. Sizes 4, 6 & 8
Permit:
Mantis shrimp, Casa Blanca Raghead w Yellow Eyes, Bauer, Merkin, Alphlexo and Strong Arm Crabs. Sizes 4 & 6
Tarpon
White Tarpon bunnies, chartreuse and black-purple Tarpon Toads in sizes 2/0 and 3/0
Snook:

Photo of the Week

For many flats anglers, there's no greater prize than getting a permit to hand. Lee with a good-looking permit from a recent day on the water with Cesar Acosta.
More Fish of the Week Photos
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Orvis 2017 Endorsed International Destination of the Year Award
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